We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
If clients are setting up the solution as an infrastructure as a service, they have to bring on their own license.
The licensing cost for the product is not so high, but the cost for the hardware you need for it on-premises is very high. I can not verify the degrees in comparison to other products, but I know that the hardware cost is too high because. There would not be much of a change to reduce it down so that the cost could more in line with competitors.
Pricing depends on a lot of factors. For example, which month of the year it is. Is it close to the end of a quarter year's end? Usually, we get the best benefit out of it if we know the exact ICP events. Otherwise, price-wise, they're expensive. If you know when their quarter closing or annual closing are, you can get pricing similar to Oracle, and in some cases, even IFS.
Licensing fees are on an annual basis.
I work as the Alliance Manager at Tech Services Company with 1,001-5,000 employees.
I'm looking for some sort of a comparison/comparison chart between these 2 solutions: SAP S4 HANA on AWS and Microsoft Azure.
Can anyone share this information?
Thanks a lot!